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Should firms be more worried about firmware cyber-attacks?

Should firms be more worried about firmware cyber-attacks?

Computing giant Microsoft recently put out a report claiming that businesses globally are neglecting a key aspect of their cyber-security - the need to protect computers, servers and other devices from firmware attacks.Its survey of 1,000 cyber-security decision makers at enterprises across multiple industries in the UK, US, Germany, Japan and China has revealed that 80% of firms have experienced at least one firmware attack in the past two years. Yet only 29% of security budgets have been allocated to protect firmware.However, comes on the back of a recent significant .And the computing...

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Uber drivers are workers not self-employed, Supreme Court rules

Uber drivers are workers not self-employed, Supreme Court rules

Uber drivers must be treated as workers rather than self-employed, the UK's Supreme Court has ruled.The decision could mean thousands of Uber drivers are set to be entitled to minimum wage and holiday pay.The ruling could leave the ride-hailing app facing a hefty compensation bill, and have wider consequences for the gig economy. Uber said the ruling centred on a small number of drivers and it had since made changes to its business.In a long-running legal battle, Uber had appealed to the Supreme Court after losing three earlier rounds.Uber's share price fell 1% on Wall Street's open as...

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Satellite boom attracts technology giants

Satellite boom attracts technology giants

Sir Richard Branson's rocket company Virgin Orbit has joined a growing list of private companies that can launch satellites into orbit.Earlier this month, on the Virgin Orbit rocket, which was launched from under the wing of one of the entrepreneur's old 747 jumbos.Sir Richard is hoping to tap into what is a growing market for small, lower-cost satellites.Space has traditionally had a high barrier to entry. Today, just seven firms make up 75% of the industry, according to Scott Campbell, director at Deloitte Ventures.The space industry is worth $380bn (£285bn), and 60% of that is...

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